Monday, August 31, 2015

Your Next Call for Help Might Be Your Last in this Trailer for Old 37

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A trailer for the slasher film Old 37 has been released. The film stars Kane Hodder and Bill Moseley. Together, they play two brothers who haunt dark highways, in search of unwary female victims. The film has recently won several awards, including "Best Film" and "Best Kill," at Montreal's Horrorfest. The film's trailer is hosted below and indie horror fans are encouraged to take a look.

The clip shows a roaming ambulance and an investigating detective. The detective is exploring a series of disappearances. But, two scrapyard workers know nothing. However, they are working together to seek revenge on careless teen drivers. Their revenge involves ripped and torn flesh.

It is strange to see the name Alan Smithee as director. The name Adam Smithee is often used, by directors, when they want to separate themselves from a film. There is an unreliable source or two that does state the actual director's name, but they cannot be verified and the name will not be mentioned here. On the plus side, early reviews are positive for Old 37. So, it is not likely that the director removed himself from the film, because of quality. There may have simply been creative differences. More on the film's September release, including film festival showings, are available below.

Release Date: September 29th, 2015 (VOD) and October 6th, 2015 (DVD).

Director: Alan Smithee.

Writers: Joe Landes and Paul Travers.

Cast: Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, Jake Robinson, Sascha Knopf and Brandi Cyrus.

The film's official trailer is hosted here:


Festival Name - Toronto's Fan Expo
Festival Date - September 3-6
Festival City - Toronto, CA
Festival Website -

Festival Name - HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis
Festival Date - September 11-13
Festival City - Indianapolis, IN
Festival Website -

A fan page for the film is hosted here:

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